Project Overview

Miron is the Official Provider of Construction Services for the Green Bay Packers and Lambeau Field.

Miron has been working as the construction manager for a series of improvement and expansion efforts at Lambeau Field, beginning in 2011. These projects, some of which are highlighted below, are comprised of new construction, expansion, and remodeling projects.

North & South End Zone Improvements: The $145 million Lambeau Field Stadium Improvement project encompassed the addition of approximately 6,700 new seats in the south end zone, two new gates, a rooftop viewing platform in the north end zone, as well as two new HD video boards and a new sound system.

East Side Expansion: New and expanded player facilities were constructed in the lower level of the stadium, including strength and conditioning rooms, team dining, and an indoor walk-through area with updated technology throughout.

Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame: The new and expanded Hall of Fame is spread across two levels of the Lambeau Field Atrium. It features nine galleries, and incorporates new technology and interactive displays.

1919 Kitchen & Tap: The new gastropub located on the first floor of the Lambeau Field Atrium is inspired by the local community and rich history of the Green Bay Packers. The restaurant has a seating capacity of approximately 250 inside, and room for an additional 100 on the outdoor patio.

Suites & Club Area Renovation: This project encompassed the renovation of suites, club areas, pre-function, and Legends Club, including new flooring, casework, ceilings, paint, doors, window blinds, and replacement of windows in the suites.

Oneida Promenade & Johnsonville Tailgate Village: In order to enhance the game-day experience, Miron was brought on to construct a 22,000-square-foot open bar/banquet facility with a kitchen/concessions, restrooms, loading dock, and viewing platform.

Concourse Renovation Phase II: This interior renovation consisted of the Level Three loft area, Level Four concession, back-of-house kitchen, and storage areas. Six concessions at the Levels Four and Six indoor club areas were renovated, and one of the largest portions of this renovation project was the Melotte Marketplace. This consisted of an upgraded showcase kitchen and a new gourmet marketplace area located on Level Four, outside of the Legends Club Room. This space features open-concept stations offering diverse food options, with self-checkout registers and grab-and-go beverage coolers.

Concourse Renovation Phase 4A: This phase of renovations encompassed significant upgrades to the 300 Level Concourse area. Several existing concession stands were converted to grab-and-go markets. Beverage markets, Pro Shop retail spaces, and storage rooms were added. The entire space also received aesthetic and technology updates.

Concourse Renovation Phase 4B: Concourse renovations continued with this renovation of the two existing endzone concession stands on the 100 Level Concourse. The stands were converted into Endzone Markets offering a grab-and-go experience for fans. The North Endzone Market received the addition of an upper-level bar area for fans to enjoy. Miron also constructed a new production data center as part of this renovation phase.

Training Facility: This addition focused on expanding player and coach facilities within Lambeau Field. Features of this new space include an underground parking garage, office spaces, team meeting rooms, a coaches locker room, and an updated indoor turf field.

Alumni Suite Renovation: In order to host more Packers alumni on game days, Miron was tasked with expanding the current alumni suite to include an 800-square-foot outdoor terrace. The Packers were the first team in the NFL to have a suite dedicated to hosting former players. With the added space, the team can now host up to 100 alumni for each game.

Scoreboard Renovation: This project included the replacement and extension of the north and south endzone scoreboard structures along with the replacement of the sideline scoreboards. Measuring nearly 220 feet, the new endzone displays are twice as wide as their predecessors, while the new sideline scoreboards extend 70 feet from end to end.

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Corey Brumbaugh / Executive Vice President, Business Development, Entertainment
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Green Bay Packers, Inc.

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  • ESPN's Best Stadium in the NFL
  • ENR Midwest Best Projects Award of Merit
  • The Daily Reporter/Wisconsin Builder Top Project Award
  • WRMCA Concrete Design Award
  • AGC Alliant Build America Award


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